Microneedling is a cosmetic procedure that involves piercing small holes in the skin with microneedles. This is done with the aim of stimulating the skin's natural regeneration process and stimulating the production of collagen and elastin.
Microneedling is also known as a skin roller or dermaroller. The procedure is carried out using a device that looks like a small roller, on which microneedles are wound. The roller is used to pierce the skin, which helps to improve its texture, reduce wrinkles, scars and pigmentation.
Microneedling can be performed on the face, neck, arms, legs and other parts of the body. However, like any procedure, it has its risks and limitations. Before microneedling, it is necessary to consult with a qualified specialist in order to assess the benefits and risks of the procedure in each case.
Microneedling (sometimes also called collagen induction therapy) is a cosmetic procedure that involves the use of small needle rollers to create small perforations in the skin. These micro-perforations stimulate the natural regeneration of the skin, promote collagen production and improve its texture and tone.
Microneedling may be recommended for the treatment of various skin problems such as:
Small wrinkles and lines around the eyes and mouth.
Stretch marks caused by pregnancy, rapid weight loss or growth.
Skin pigmentation and post-acne.
Uneven skin tone.
Scars and scars.
Loss of skin firmness and improvement in skin texture.
In any case, before deciding to undergo this procedure, it is important to discuss it with your dermatologist and receive individual recommendations.